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4.5/5Wonderful!(123 area reviews)
Find fabulous museums and galleries among the immense architecture in this town center, a global leader in design and innovation.
4/5Very Good!(20 area reviews)
It may be close to the big city but this small town retains its identity with serene parkland and beautiful coastline.
5/5Exceptional!(2 area reviews)
Fine art and a gentle pace of life are waiting to be enjoyed among the long, leafy streets of one of Toronto’s most luxurious suburbs.
4/5Very Good!(2 area reviews)
Capturing the dynamic, fast-paced Toronto way of life, this smaller town nonetheless offers a breath of fresh air with many idyllic parks and golf courses.
4/5Very Good!(1 area review)
This seaside village offers enchantment with its nautical and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Enjoy historic architecture, waterfront restaurants and charter fishing.
Reviewed on 27 Mar. 2020
Toronto is Canada’s largest city, both in size and in spirit (at least if you ask a local). Instead of asking yourself what you can do in Toronto, it might be quicker to figure out what is unavailable—the second list is shorter! Daring feats of heights, reflective trips to local galleries, and colourful walks through vibrant neighbourhoods are all available in wealthy supply. Yes, a journey to the top of CN Tower, the Art Gallery of Toronto, and Chinatown are a good way to start your holiday in Ontario. Toronto hotels are always waiting to welcome you back to your comfortable bed at any hour.
There are loads of good places to stay in Ontario, and hotels in downtown Toronto are just the start of it. Yes, a room in the Downtown Yonge district puts you right in the heart of music, food, and more. But it’s equally as fulfilling to stay in the Harbourfront or near Little Italy. No matter where you choose to stay, Toronto’s hotels and resorts really step up to the plate in terms of hospitality.
One of the best times to visit Toronto is March through May. The community is beginning to unthaw as winter concludes, yet the throngs of summer tourists have yet to land. It’s during this season that you are most likely to score Toronto accommodation deals and experience less competition getting into your favourite restaurant. Once you’ve arrived, the GO public transit system offers buses and trains to get you around. If you prefer to hoof it, take advantage of the underground PATH trails, which cover an impressive 27 km.
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